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We, the senior class of 1989, would like to dedicate our yearbook to Mr. C. Howard Smith. Seventeen 
out his thirty five years in the Boston Public Schools were served here at Jamaica Plain. Aside from 
being the Assistant Head Master, Mr. Smith was once Head of the English Department, Chairman of 
the Scholarship Committee, a baseball coach, Commissioner of the Umpires of Boston, and a football 
official. We want to say thanks, Mr. Smith, for your many years of dedication to Jamaica Plain High 
School. 




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TO THE CLASS OF 1989: 

Congratulations on reaching the end of the beginning. As gradu- 
ates from Jamaica Plain High School, you must go about the 
business of life which is making choices. And it is a fact that in the 
America of 1989 there are some wonderful careers open to you. 

Each choice demands different personal qualities to be success- 
ful. But all careers demand effort and respect for the rights of 
others. These things you have learned at Jamaica Plain High 
School. As a young graduate without too many responsibilities 
now is the time to dream, the time to dare. If you work hard 
enough, you will be successful. 

The teachers you have had, the students you have known, the 
things you have learned in your time at Jamaica Plain High 
School are all part of your experience now. We know that you can 
become a useful and productive citizen. We really are quite proud 
of you! We hope that health and happiness will be yours for years 
to come. 

C. Howard Smith 
Assistant Headmaster 
Emeritus 



Class of 1989 




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Mr. Quirk - Special Ed. 



Ms. Crary - Science 





Ms. John - English 





Ms. Needle - Phys Ed. 





Ms. Barokas - Bilingual 




Ms. Truell - Business 




Ms. Graham - English 



Mr. Griffiths - Bilingual 



Mrs. Hantout - Foreign Language 






Mr. Moskoff - Social Studies 



Ms. Stone - Reading 



Mr. Lyons - English 






Mr. O'Brien - Special Ed. 



Mr. Cameron - Foreign Language 



Ms. Gilmer - Social Studies 






6 Mr. Glynn - Special Ed. 



Ms. Mora - Bilingual 



Ms. Stavrianides - Bilingual 





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Ms. Gelinas - Guidance 



Mr. Gibbons - Social Studies 




Ms. Galdi - Foreign Language, 
Bilingual Dept. Head 




Ms. Perenyi - Guidance 



Mr. Howland - Math, Science, Phys. Ed. 
Dept. Head 



Ms. Perez - Guidance 






Ms. Williams - Guidance 



Mr. Howe - Special Ed. Dept. Head 



Ms. Longo - Guidance Secretary 






Mr. Richardson - Physical Ed. 



Mrs. Verano - Special Ed. 



Mr. Behnke - Math 






Mr. Fitzgerald - Special Ed. 



Ms. Christler - Dance 



Mr. Freeley - Computers 





Ms. Harrelson - English 



Ms. Perez - Bilingual 




Ms. Crockton - History 






Ms. Almeida - Secretary 



Ms. Scipione - Secretary 



Ms. Bartlett - Registrar 






Mr. Hill - Science 



Ms. Carson - Nurse 



Ms. Glennon - Secretary 






Ms. O'Keefe - P.I.C. 



Mr. Alexander - Bilingual 



Ms. Shufro - Special Ed. 






Mrs. Jennings - Math 



Mr. Cronin - Bilingual 



Ms. Ferrara - Special Ed. 






Ms. Wilkins - English 



Mr. Powers - Business 



Ms. Mazur - Special Ed. 






Ms. Johnson - Librarian 



Mrs. Brown - Art 



Ms. Carter - Special Ed. 



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Mr. Rodriguez - Bilingual 



Ms. Sullivan - Reading 



Ms. Pritchard - Physical Ed. 






Mr. Eisenhaure - Math 



Ms. Smith - English 



Ms. Quarles - Home Ec. 






Mr. Deveney - Math 



Ms. Nick - Building Sub 



Ms. Naklen - Vision Resource 

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Mr. Calitri - Science 



Ms. Cotter - Reading 



Mr. Schein - Music 




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Ms. McHugh - Reading 



Ms. Corbin - Special ED aide 



Ms. Gross - Bilingual 






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Mr. Rochlin - Science 



Ms. Bell - Bilingual 



Mr. Torres - Bilingual 



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Mr. Manson - Compact Ventures 



Mr. Rivera - Bilingual 





Mrs. Ojeda - Compact Ventures 



Mrs. Bailey - Business 



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Seniors At Work 





DAMN I'M GOOD! 



COME ON KEVIN, SMILE! 





The DOPE ONES. 
OVER HERE, I'M READY! 



GENIUS AT WORK. 
JUST CHILLIN' 









JEAN-PIERRE KNIGHT 
J.P. 
Sept. 1, 1985 
Cugino's Sleeping and cutting class 
Nuclear physicist who does brain sur- 
gery part-time. 






FRANCETTE ANDRE 

Oct. 19, 1970 
Succeed 





ANA MARIE ARCE 

Anita 
Feb. 18, 1971 
Mass Pep, Simmons Upward Bound, 
Challenge Program 

Go to Nursing School and become a reg- 
istered nurse. 



ANTHONY L. BAILEY 

Aug. 15, 1970 
Basketball, Knights' News Staff 
To be a Big Writer 




ERICA BARNEY 

May 13, 1970 
Mock Trial Team 
To excel at B.U. and succeed. 



RONALD BURGESS 

(Ron) 
May 14, 1970 
Basketball, Yearbook 
Construction worker 





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MARIBEL 

(Mary) 




July 21, 1970 
Listen to music, Play Tennis, Dance 
I want to be a Psychologist 



BAEZ 

June 23, 1971 
Volleyball, Dance 
To become an educated person. 



SANDY B. BAEZ 

Nov. 23, 1970 
Perfect Attendance 
To be Financially Secure. 



SCHLINA S. BURT 

(Shelly) 

Sept. 12, 1971 

Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Track 

Criminal Lawyer or Business manager 



ROLANDO H. CABRERA 

Sept. 12, 1971 
Harvard Upw. Bound, Senior Class Sec- 
retary, National Honor Society, Mass 
Pep, Soccer, Tennis, Nuprime (North- 
eastern Univ.) UMass Boston Calculus, 
Math Club 

To become a computer scientist or an 
Electrical Engineer. 



ANGELA CAMPBELL 

(Angie) 
Nov. 28, 1971 
To graduate from college and make 
Trump money 







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LAMONT CLAYTON 

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L.C.C. 

Jan. 21, 1971 
Hockey, Youth Community Service, 
Peer Leadership, Class Representative 
To become as successful as I can and to 
have a happy and healthy family 



LAURIE CECELIA CARTER 

(Liz) 
Jan. 21, 1971 
Dance, Simmons College Upw. Bound, 
Mass Pep, Track, Yearbook, V-Presi- 
dent of the Jr. Class 
I expect to further my career in Bank- 
ing with Bay Bank and to be a very 
good Lawyer one of these days. 



ANN-MARIE R. CLANCY 

(Girly Girl) 
May 5, 1970 
To be a computer operator. 



RENEE CRUZ 

Nita 
Oct. 1, 1970 
Dancing, Partying 
To be a successful psychologist. 




KABONGA N. DIBINGA 
Kay-Dee 
Aug. 20, 1971 
Mass Pep, Challenge Program, Com- 
puter Contest, Math Club, Perfect At- 
tendance, French Award 
To do my best and be the best in any- 
thing and everything I do. (President of 
Computer Firm) 



FREDDY DOMINGUEZ 

Jan. 16, 1970 
Work 
To be someone 






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CYNTHIA COLEMAN 

Dec. 18, 1970 
Dance 



ROSITA COLON 

(Rosin) 
Oct. 8, 1970 
Dancing, Honor Society, Mass Pep 
Become someone very successful 



JOSE CRUZ 

July 12, 1970 
Football 
To be a Detective 



AVIS DUPORTE 

July 24, 1970 
Band, Basketball 
To be a lawyer. 



WENDY ANNE 
FITZPATRICK 

Aug 3, 1971 
Student Council, Library Club, Year- 
book, Newspaper, Prom Com., Peer 
Leadership, Simmons College Prep 
To be happy, wealthy and have a hand- 
some husband. 



VICTOR FRANCO 

July 25, 1971 






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KAMARRA FREEMAN 

Oct. 13, 1970 




YESSENIA ROSIBEL 
GOMEZ 

(Yessi) 
Aug. 28, 1972 
Play tennis 
I want to be a Psychologist 




MICHAEL GUNN 

Aug. 1, 1970 
Basketball, Football 
To be secure and successful in my ca~ 



EDELL HOWARD 

Feb. 9, 1970 
Band 
Be all I can be. 




TENSAY JOHNSON 

May 31, 1970 
Soccer, Indoor and Outdoor Track 
To complete college with a degree in 
automotive electronics. 





JASON JOSEPH 

(Jay) 
Dec. 29, 1969 
Basketball 
To make dough 





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LORREN HARVEY 

(Bear) 
July 10, 1970 
Basketball 

Be a successful businessman and set an 
example 




NANCY HERNANDEZ 

March 7, 1971 
Softball, Volleyball, Prom Com., Senior 
class Pres., Student Gov., Student 
Council V-Pres., Newspaper Staff, 
Yearbook, Peer Lead., Simmons, Mock 
Trial 

To be a wealthy future leader and an 
example to other Latin -American 
women. 



MARIBEL HERRERA 

(Mari) 
July 28, 1971 
To be financially secure 




GINA KELLY 

May 21, 1971 
Mass Pep, Yearbook, Prom Com., Stu- 
dent Council (V-Pres.), Youth and 
Community Service 
To graduate from Wheelock and be suc- 
cessful in whatever I do. 



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MAGDA LEMUS 

June 2, 1971 
Computers, Honor Roll, Science Fair 
Excel at B.C. and be successful 




SONIA MALAVE 

Jan. 30 1971 
Be happy 








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VIVIAN MARIN 

(Viv) 
Oct. 9, 1970 
Dance 
To be financially secure. 




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JAVIER MARTINEZ 

(Harvey) 
May 24, 1971 
To be financially secure. 




BRIDGETTE L. MCCALL 

(Bridge) 
Jan. 4, 1971 
To succeed in life as "The Bridge over 
trouble waters" 



MARCO MOLINA 

Oct. 4, 1969 
Basketball 
Policeman 








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Feb. 5, 1969 




March 16, 1970 


Yearbook, Basketball 




Cheerleader, Student Council, Theatre 


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To be working at one of the best radio 
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SYLVESTER MCLEAN 

(Sly) 
Sept. 17, 1970 
Cycling 
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DENNIS MEDINA 

(Doc) 
Dec. 22, 1970 
Football, Hockey, Baseball 
To go to Northeastern and to become a 
Police Officer. 



JORGE MILLER 

July 21, 1969 
Hockey, Yearbook 
To be the world's best body man 




AARON WOODBERRY 

(Woody) 
Dec. 21, 1969 
Be successful and happy 



MARVIN MUNGO 

Sept. 20, 1969 




MARGARITA MUNOZ 

(Margie) 
Feb. 7, 1970 
Go to college and work hard to have a 
good future and an enjoyable life. 









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GREGORY E. NILES JR. 

(Greg) 
Sept, 29, 1970 
Be successful and happy 



EDDIE JAMES PETERSON 
(Ed-Ski) 
June 30, 1970 
Football, Track 
Play football in College 




SYLVIA C. PHILLIPS 

(Country) 
Aug. 1, 1971 
Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Mass 
Pep, Honor Society, UMass Challenge, 
Math Club, Yearbook, Senior Class 
Treasurer 

To be a healthy professional career 
woman. 




RENEE M. RICE 

(Lady R.) 
June 4, 1971 
Basketball, Student Council 
To work as a Probation Officer in Palm 
Beach, Florida. 



DERRECK ROBERSON 

Jan. 28, 1971 







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Be happy 



AIDA PINA 

Jun. 9, 1969 



FINDA LEE QUINAMA 

Oct. 17, 1973 
Dance, Honor Society, Softball, Volley- 
ball, Mass Pep, Math Club 
Pediatrician 




KUMBA YVONNE 
QUINAMA 

July 3, 1972 
Softball, Volleyball, Basketball, Chal- 
lenge Program, Honor Society 
Physical therapist 



RAFAEL RODRIGUEZ 

Jan. 16, 1971 





KEVIN RYNER 

Kev-ski 
April 16, 1971 
Relaxing and happy 



GIANNI SCIOLA 

(Chilley) 

Jan. 19, 1971 

unior Achievement of Eastern Mass. 

To continue my education and enter 

the business world in the near future. 






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SIMONE SHERMAI 

Oct. 16, 1968 
Basketball, Softball, Newspaper Staff 
To be happy 



TOYA LASHONE STINSON 

Aug. 3, 1971 
Challenge program, Simmons Upward 
Bound, Mental Math 
Business Manager 



TINA SUTTON 

(Redd) 
Aug. 29, 1971 
Cheerleading, Student Council, Senior 
class V-President. 

To be a professional in Communica- 
tions 



MADELINE VAZQUEZ 

Feb. 24, 1970 
Softball 

To finish college and get married and 
be happy 



MARISOL VELAZQUEZ 

(Mari) 
Aug. 28, 1971 
Mass Pep, Peer Leadership, President 
of Student Council, Softball 
To become a professional in the field of 
Communications 



JAMES WALKER 

Sept. 8, 1969 
Be happy 






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JANETH TATUM 

Feb. 2, 1968 
Softball, Volleyball 
To succeed and be happy 




YOLANDA THOMAS 

June 25, 1971 
Dance, Weight lifting, Math club, Mass 
Pep. 
To be a Famous Architect 




MARCELLE THOMPSON 

(Donna) 
Jan. 5, 1970 
Peer Leadership Program 
College and then continue on to be a 
designer. 



ERIC N. WASHINGTON 

("E") 
Aug. 28, 1971 
Basketball, Track Team 
Make a lot of money 




MICHELLE WELLS 

(Bambi) 

July 18. 1971 

Piano, Youth and Community Serv., 

Mass Pep., Basketball, Softball, UMass 

Challenge 

To become a Psychologist solving prob- 
lems other than my own and become a 
money tycoon. Win a Nobel Prize 
(Yeah Sure!) 



CHRISTOPHER R. YANCY 

(The Cee-Double) 
July 16, 1971 
Football, Track, Reading 
To live well and prosper 







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THE J.P. GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM 
WENT INTO THEIR SECOND ROUND OF 
STATE COMPETITION UNDEFEATED, 
ONLY TO BE DEFEATED BY FOXBORO 
HIGH. FOXBORO'S GIRLS WERE VERY AG- 
GRESIVE AND GAVE THE KNIGHTS A REAL 
WORKOUT, BUT J.P. STILL STUCK IT OUT. 
REGARDLESS: TO US, ALL THESE GIRLS 
ARE WINNERS. 






THE AGONY OF DEFEAT. 






Team Records 








Wins Losses 


Ties 


Volleyball 


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Football 


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6 


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Soccer 


9 


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Hockey 


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Indoor Track 


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Boy's Basketball 


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Girls Basketball 


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Girls J.V. Basketball 


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Spring Track 


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Baseball 


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Softball 


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Tennis 


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Our allstars were 



Football: Dennis Medina, Chris Yancey, Al Hall 

Volleyball: Kumba Quinama, Sylvia Phillips 

Soccer: Rolando Cabrera, Luis Cabrera, Wilson Munoz, Chris Romero, 

Mauricio Patino 

Hockey: Dennis Medina 

Girls Basketball: Tiffany Ross, Sylvia Phillips, Renee Rice 

Coach of the year: Jerry Howland 

Boys Basketball: Eugene Austin 

Softball: Karen Rice, Nancy (Midget) Hernandez 

Baseball: Dennis Medina, Chris Allen, Tito Laboy 

Outdoor Track: Chris Yancey 

Tennis: All players are stars 

SPORTS 






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Front Row: Nigel Thorne, Hugo Lopez, Luis Ga'viz, Rolando Cabrera. Middle Row: Jaime 
Lara, Jose Martinez, Craig Black, Maurico Rocho, Dennis Martin. Back Row: Coach O'Brien, 
Moises Jackson, Duane Thompson, Luis Cabrera, Chris Romero, Wilson Munoz 

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Volleyball 






Sylvia Phillips 



Schlina Burt 



Finda Quinama 





Tiffany Ross 




The Volleyball 
Team of '89 had 
an equal split of 
wins and losses. 
This team, led by 
its coach, Denise 
Pritchard, and its 
seniors were a 
model of good 
sportsmanship. 
They truly 
deserve the three 
S's of the word 
SUCCESS 
(satisfaction, 
strength and 
sportsmanship). 





Coach: Denice 
Pritchard (not 
shown): 1 to r: 
Michelle Smith, 
Janice Tatum, Kia 
Younger, Liz 
Foster, Atiya 
Younger, Donna 
Sweeney, Collette 
Thorne, Eleanor 
Noel, Nancy 
Hernandez, Nicola 
Myers, Kumba 
Quinama, Tiffany 
Ross, Schlina 
Burt, Sylvia 
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Front Row: Nick Dalce, James Walker, Steven Hollingsworth, Roberto Jimenez, Eddie Peterson, 
Wavol Prentice, Dennis Medina, Craig Grissett, Timmie Brewington, Kevin Gibbs. Back Row: 
Coach Richardson, Coach Lightfoot, Raul Orengo, Dana Markovitz, Alfonse Hall, Joe Tarado, 
Dorian Constantinou, Kevin Lucas, Carl Odware, DeJesus Lopez, Chris Yancey, Greg Niles, 
Arakelow Sascha, Coach Powers, Coach McHugh 





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Back Row: Dessonda Clemons, Keisha Jackson, Tashai Jones, Quangie Clemons. Front 
Row; Ines Dela Cruz, Tina Sutton, Kim Mycroft, Lila Brown 



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Jimmy Grieshaber on a break-away goal! 



Sr. Captain Dennis Medina on a Sr. George Miller charging into the opposing zone 
scoring bid 




"GOAL" by freshmen Mike Tucker, assisted by 
Scott Higgins and Eddie Eliason 

The Hockey Team had a disappoint- 
ing year, but we played our best and 
had a good time doing it. Our rink was 
closed, many players were injured and 
the magic wasn't there. Outstanding 
players: Goalie Dana Markovitz, Den- 
nis Medina, Jimmy Grieshaber and 
Victor Ramirez. 




Back Row: Raul Orengo, Dorian Constantinou, Jorge Miller, Kenny Shine, Dennis Medina, 
Jimmy Grieshaber, Eddie Eliasson. Front Row: Scott Higgins, Eric Oconnell, Timmy Horan, 
Dana Markovitz, Mike Tucker, Victor Ramirez. 





Sixto Merced, Livingston Hollingsworth, Chris Yancey, Sean Green, Luis Cabera, 
Coach: Hill 

Harry Doroodian, Alton George, Necola Myers, Tensay Johnson, Eric Washington, 
Kevin Gibbs 





Center-Forward N. Fur- 
tado 




Forward T. Ross 



Guard L. Santos 





Center R. Rice 




Point Guard S. Phillips 

The Girls' Basketball Team had a season worth 
remembering. An undefeated record! The girls, led 
by Coach Jerry Howland, dominated the court by 
triumphing over their past rivals. Seniors will pass 
through the Knight's portal with their heads held 
high and pass the torch to a group of devoted and 
energetic underclassmen. 



Coach Jerry Howland and Assist. Ralph Calitri. 
The Knightettes: Nancy Hernandez, Lashauna San- 
tos, Natashia Furtado, Eleanor Noel, Valerie Hunter, 
Schlina Burt, Tiffany Ross, Sylvia Phillips, Renee 
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Back Row: David Mathuvin, Lorren Harvey, Alphonso Hall, Shawn Davis 
Jacheel Henderson, Fred Gomes, Eugene Austin, Steve Jones, Damon Gibbs' 
Front Row: Eric Washington, Charlie Hyatt, Mangione Sullivan, Deon Wil- 
liams, John Washington, Steve Hollingsworth, Edwin De Jesus. Coaches: Hall 
and Glynn 

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Girls' J.V. Basketball 






Kumba Quinama, Lakiesha Jackson, Keisha Reed, Donyel Carey, Kim Jones, 
Simone Sherman, Coach: Ralph Calitri 








Spring Track 




Top: Mr. Fitzgerald, Franklyn James, David Mathurin, Sebastian Phil- 
lips, Steve Tsaldaris, Chris Yancy 

Bottom: Greg McAllister, Shawn Greene, Montala Borgella, Rene Rice, 
Steve Hollingsworth, Dan Peterkin 




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Top row L to R Coach Freeley, Kenya Hailey, Lisa Oviedo, Suzanne Sargood, Tarrah 
Coxton, Diane Weekes, Donyel Carey, Wanda Morales, Joanna Perez, Luz Rivera, Vilma 
Ortiz, Coach Hantout 

Bottom row L to R Esly Paz, Kim Jones, Karen Rice, Nancy Hernandez, Tiffany Ross, 
Kumba Quinama, Janeth Tatum, Shelly Burt, Collette Thorne, not shown: Sylvia Phil- 
lips, Sylvia Deleon 









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"Real Team Spirit" 
Schlina Burt bringing in one more run for the team. 



'Coach Freely giving the girls more pointers." 



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Back row: Luis Cabrera, Mr. Behnke, Wilson Munoz, Rodrigo Islas, Harry Doroodian. 
Front row: Lissette Guirola, Yessenia Gomez, Arminda Perez, Chantha Prum. No 
picture: Gianni Sciola. 




ACTIVITIES 





Senior Class Officers: Rolando Cabrera (secretary), Syl- 
via Phillips (treasurer), Tina Sutton (vice-president), 
Nancy Hernandez (president). 



Yearbook Staff: top: Yolanda Thomas, Nadaline Vazquez, Nick Dalce, Kabongo 
Dibinga, Ronny Burgess, Margie Munoz, bottom: Karen O'Donoghue, Wendy Fitz- 
patrick, Nancy Hernandez, Rosita Colon, Ana Arce, Gina Kelly. Not pictured: 
Sylvia Philips, Felix Nova, Laurie Carter, Karen Rice. 





Student Council 



Student Council Officers: Michelle Foley, (secretary), 
Gina Kelly (vice-president), Marisol Velazquez (presi- 
dent), Nancy Hernandez (Sargent A.A.) 




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Math Club: Cleavon Manor 
Anthony Bailey, Rolando Ca 
brera, Fred Gomes, Johi 
Howard, Jose Jiminez, Find; 
Quinama, Evelyn Abret 
Magda Lemus, Harry Doroc 
diah. 




National Honor Society: back row: D. Perenyi, Advisor, 
Marta Martinez, Maria Torres, Ursula Hamman, George 
Balfour, Luis Cabrera, Rolando Cabrera, Miguel Alicea, 
Anthony Bailey, Rosita Colon, middle row: Arminda 
Perez, Kumba Quinama, Rodrigo Islas, Sammer Saleh, 
Sylvia Phillips, Montala Borgella, Julia Rodriquez, 
front row: Jorge Baez, Finda Quinama, Chantha Prum, 
Tanya Brown, Tensay Johnson, not shown Karen 
O'Donoghue- President, Jessica Arccho, Jose Pina, Her- 
bie Gaston, Gloria Brooks, Desiree Belis, Francisco 
Payano 



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MassPep: back row: Rodrigo Islas, Eleanor Noel, Mi- 
chelle Wells, Damon Gibbs. Luis Cabrera, Kabongo Di 
Binga, Rolando Cabrera, Anthony Bailey, middle row: 
Karen O'Donoghue, Finda Quinama, Harry Doroodn, 
Magda Lemus, Arminda Perez, Dion Williams, front 
row: Rosita Colon, Ana Arce, Sammer Saleh, Javier 
Martinez 





Mock Trial Team: Back row: Maribel Laboy, Schlina Burt, 
Michelle Foley, Mr. Howland, front row: Sammer Saleh, Erica 
Barney, Damon Gibbs, Lisette Guircla. 




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Simmons Upward Bound: top: Sammer Saleh, Ana 
Arce, Nancy Cruz, Eleanor Noel, Sandy Azor, bot- 
tom: Thembi Costa, Mrs. Barokas, Mrs. Ojeda, Mi- 
chelle Foley, Arminda Perez, Janeth Tatum 



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Bailey, Mrs. John, bottom: Miguel Alicea, Marco 
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On March 29, 1989, sophomores, juniors, and seniors were inducted into the Elliot 
Chapter of the National Honor Society. Both Cheryl Emanual, a graduate member; 
and Larry Johnson of the Boston Globe spoke at the ceremony. A small reception with 
family, teachers, and NHS members followed the induction. 



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GRADUATION EXERCISES 

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JAMAICA PLAIN HIGH SCHOOL 



BLACKMAN AUDITORIUM 

TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1989 

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Best Wishes To 

Class Of 1989 

From 



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Congratulations 
Class Of 1989 

From 



The Staff 

Of 

KNIGHTS' NEWS 




Special Thanks 

To 

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Sylvia Phillips 

Felix Nova 



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And 

The Class Of 1989 




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